It's time for our next Farm Hand challenge! Snuggle Bug Farm is in Madison County, near Wesley about 30 minutes from Fayetteville. They grow organic veggies, herbs, and specialty cut flowers. Snuggle Bug promotes biodiversity and attracts pollinators. They are requesting a grant for $25,000 to purchase a 30’ x 168’ hoop house to grow year-round produce, especially winter greens!Round up at the register!
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Carroll County, Arkansas
Mark Cain began farming in 1978 with wisdom passed down from his grandparent’s generation. The farm grows a variety of organic vegetables, culinary herbs, and specialty cut flowers.Read More
Eureka Springs, AR
Sycamore Bend Farm was started in 2009 and grows a wide variety of vegetables. In addition to providing delicious organic produce, Sycamore Bend Farm provides jobs to local people within our community.Read More
Washington County, Arkansas
Guy Ames was part of the back-to the-land counterculture of the 1970s and began creating his farming legacy in 1980. With no family history of farming, Guy is a self-taught farmer that fell in love with the Ozarks. Ames’ Orchard & Nursery grows certified naturally grown pears, apples, grapes, and berries. They are passionate about empowering others to grow their own pesticide free, high-quality fruit.Read More